After joining the 44News Team in 2016, Tommy Mason host 44News This Morning.
The Indianapolis native and Vincennes University graduate began a 20 year Tri-State broadcasting career in 2001.
For nearly a decade Tommy has served as the public address announcer for the University of Evansville Aces Mens Basketball Team, as well as the Evansville Thunderbolts professional hockey team at the Ford Center.
In his spare time, Tommy enjoys visiting state parks and Tri-State attractions with his wife and daughter Hannah.
You can watch Tommy weekday mornings from 5:00am to 9:00am on both CBS44 and FOX44.
The meeting to discuss a water rate increase for Evansville residents is being rescheduled for August 12th on the campus of the University of Evansville.
Portions of Boonville water lines are 100 years old and beyond their expected lifespan.
Walton's is not going away entirely. Instead, they plan to rebrand the business and reopening as Everett's Smoke House and Southern Kitchen this fall.
If you have tips leading to the arrest of those responsible for the 2018 death of Marcus Adams, you are being asked to call Wabash County Crime Stoppers.
Lucas Oil planning two days of fundraising for an annual event for Riley Children's Hospital this weekend.
Young was given the chance to playing for Team USA after another 3-on-3 basketball team member contracted COVID-19.
Illinois State University, Eastern Illinois University, and Southern Illinois University only encourage shots, while several others make the vaccine mandatory.
Forrest Gump will be shown as part of the park's first movie presentation this Friday, July 23.
The Vanderburgh County 4H fair celebrated its 100th anniversary at the site of the first county fair in 1921.
Officials hope to have the nearly complete Deaconess Aquatics Center open ahead of the High School Swimming season.